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Shaw and Religion

Shaw and Religion Ed by Charles A Berst, Penn State 1981 “There is to say Be and It Is,” is a Shavian saying. Shaw is indebted to numerous philosophies. He experienced religion in poetic terms. Development religiously was his perception … Continue reading

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A History of Fantasy

A History of Fantasy Viggo Mortensen captured my imagination in The Lord of the Rings, as he did many others. I’d seen him in G.I Jane and A Perfect Murder before, but not given him a lot of thought. But … Continue reading

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Staying Home

Staying At Home There has been debate among mothers about rather it was best to stay at home or work.  In my case, I felt like I didn’t have much of a choice.  Even still, I received flack from family … Continue reading

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Mark-Paul Gosselaar

Mark-Paul Gosselaar August 10, 1990 I had a dream about Mark-Paul Gosselaar.  He was the star of the hit teen show Saved by the Bell, which I watched on Saturday mornings.  Though I liked him and thought he was cute, … Continue reading

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Ego and Archetype

Ego and Archetype  Ego and Archetype: Individuation and the Religious Function of the Psyche by Edward F Edinger came out in 1972.  I read it in 2000.  It proved very insightful and was very influential on me. Man’s consciousness was … Continue reading

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Guide To Gnosticism

Beliefnet Guide to Gnosticism The Beliefnet Guide to Gnosticism and Other Vanished Christianities by Richard Valantasis came out in 2006.  In the preface he discusses the Dead Sea Scrolls and The Nag Hammadi Library.  Gnosticism is intellectual, intense, spiritual, sophisticated … Continue reading

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Individuality and Wholeness in D.H. Lawrence’s Sons and Lovers

Individuality and Wholeness in Sons and Lovers Cari Gilkison, Fall 2000   The theme for the search for wholeness permeates the text of D.H. Lawrence’s novel Sons and Lovers.  Lawrence views the world as a set of dichotomies such as … Continue reading

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